Fall 2012 Quadrangle Magazine Features College Faculty & Students

Quadrangle CoverThe Fall 2012 issue of Emory College’s Quadrangle Magazine is now online, featuring articles about the World Shakespeare Project (directed by Sheila Cavanagh, professor of English, and Kevin Quarmby, assistant professor of English at Oxford College); interesting going-ons in the Department of Mathematics; short profiles of five newly or recently retired professors (Stephen Nowicki, Ronald Schuchard, Albert Padwa, George Jones, Dana White); and a profile of international student Hyeok Kang, who excels in history and music–and finding ways to merge the two.

You’ll also find an excerpt from environmental studies professor Anthony Martin’s new book, Life Traces of the Georgia Coast (Indiana University Press, 2012), and a kudos to Deborah Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies

Related Links

World Shakespeare Project Homepage

Book Trailer for Life Traces of the Georgia Coast


Quadrangle Spring 2012 Highlights

See the following articles in the Spring 2012 Quadrangle magazine (full version PDF) for highlights on teaching and research, and people and places at Emory College.

Faculty Profile: Jaap De Roode, assistant professor of biology (by David Raney)

Student Profile: Willie Reaves (by David Raney)

Flow: Water at Emory Turns Hot and Cool (by Hal Jacobs)

“Welcome to Emory’s water theme, which brings together new and established academic currents flowing through the world’s most precious—and generally taken for granted—resource of all.”

Also check out…

Dean’s Letter & Editor’s Letter

Robert McCauley takes on religion and science; more new faculty books

Robert Agnew investigates crime without a badge; more faculty accomplishments

Fall 2011 Quadrangle


See the College’s fall 2011 Quadrangle Magazine for features such as . . .

Dean’s Letter & Editor’s Letter (on our commitment to the liberal arts)

Profile – Prof. Hank Klibanoff (“Free press, hot topics, cold cases”)

Profile – Eduardo Hazera 12C (“Playing the whole scale”)

You’re Majoring in What? (“Liberal arts in the game of life”)

Boom Years (“New thinking on old age”)

Bookmarks (Iconoclast (Harvard Business Press, 2008) by Gregory Berns, Distinguished Professor of Neuroeconomics)

Kudos (Diane Kempler, Visual Arts)

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See full pdf version